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Long rough ride but well worth the ride. Beautiful Scenery and lots of things to see. Only thing is you have to be able to walk and cover rough terrain. I personally have leg problem and it was tough. The waterfalls ate amazing as well...More
It was a lovely rural road deep into the oaxacan tropical forest to find the Copalita River and its magical falls. You will not regret this natural environment and the cool bath as you get to the falls.
OK- so this was a crazy adventure. We didn't go on a hired trip, and instead drove our rental car there. We wore the heck out of our tiny economy rental, and looking back- getting a larger car or jeep would have been ideal for...More
We went to a coffee plantation had great fun good food there are washroom and markets to buy gifts and coffee.
It is alot of walking so it's for people in shape.
If your dealing with pregnancy heart lung issues it may not be the...More
This trip took about 6ish hours and out tour guide Joseph was very honest and said right up front that the drive would take 2.5hrs to get to the falls over some rough roads. We traveled deep into the mountain jungle and made a stop...More
It is definitely worth going at least once. The drive up is a bit longer than most tour guides say but if you get a good guide talking all the way it makes the drive seem not as long. If you go, Please Please stop...More
Response from no-problem-mon52 | Reviewed this property |
I am not familiar with Puerto Angel, but if you read the comments on the website, others have rented a cab to get them various places. There's got to be local people that can arrange tours for you as well.
Response from EdmTraveler | Reviewed this property |
I have driven it many, many times, I live in Edmonton, I have driven it in a small car, the first time, just take your time and be careful, I have done it in a van and done it in a jeep, my recommendation is rent something... More
I have driven it many, many times, I live in Edmonton, I have driven it in a small car, the first time, just take your time and be careful, I have done it in a van and done it in a jeep, my recommendation is rent something with a little better ground clearance the signs are well posted, and easy to find
Response from Frozen_gringo | Reviewed this property |
It's roughly 90 mins up the mountain and depends on the road. I say roughly because it is a very bumpy curvy road but the sights are incredible and worth the drive. If you get motion sickness I'd pack gravel we had one... More
It's roughly 90 mins up the mountain and depends on the road. I say roughly because it is a very bumpy curvy road but the sights are incredible and worth the drive. If you get motion sickness I'd pack gravel we had one person get ill half way up. The price can vary depending on how many or what type of vehicle you take. I've seen some as low as $500 mx pesos and some as high as $1000 mx pesos. We stayed at dreams and hired a cab right out front for $600 mx for the day and was well worth it. You could also look on the huatulco page under transportation and hire a private driver. Some have SUVs and vans but our cab was good and a/c worked great. The tour is as long as you want or as short as you want but we were there for the better part of the morning.